Servo motors are motorized devices that can rotate in a specific direction or angle and hold their position in a controlled manner. Servo motors are widely used in many applications, such as robotics, machines, industrial systems, and consumer electronics. Like the DC motors, servo motors also use electromagnetism to provide motion. The main difference between the two is that a servo motor has built-in closed-loop feedback or an encoder for position control, allowing for much higher precision than a DC motor. The feedback provided by the servo motor helps provide an accurate and precise motor output based on the command received from the controlling electronics.